Being a teacher is exciting and rewarding, but man is it
tiring! I have 140 8th graders that I teach each day, so you can
imagine that by the time I get home I’m not exactly excited and energetic to
cook for my family. So since school started a month ago, my crockpot and I have
become best buds. If you are looking for a delicious back to school dinner,
this spicy Dr. Pepper pulled pork sandwich is a must try.
routine. Our goal for the month is to only eat out in restaurants once a week,
but in order to do this I have to make sure I meal plan for the week and that
it’s meals that are easy to cook. What I like about this pulled pork is that I
can make the sandwiches one day and the next will use the leftovers for pork
- Place the Smithfield Golden Rotisserie Tenderloin in the
crockpot and pour over the can of Dr. Pepper.
- Slice the jalapenos, onions and lay on top of the
- Cook on high for 4-6 hours or low for 8 hours – or until cook
- Shredded the pork with a fork and set aside.
- Add a slice of cheddar cheese to one side of hamburger and
toast in the oven.
- Add the pork to the bread and top with jalapenos. Serve with
French fries and enjoy!
I like that I can put this on in the morning and not worry
about making dinner after a long day with a bunch of middle school students.
Having a simple, easy and mouthwatering dinner that is easy to make really
helps us stay in a good weeknight routine.
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